The Australian Grand Prix, marking the 16th round of the MotoGP Championship, will take place at Phillip Island Circuit this weekend, running from October 20th to 22nd.

Francesco Bagnaia holds the current lead, but he’s up against formidable competition from the red-hot Jorge Martin, who has the chance to further his winning streak and potentially seize the top position in the rankings this weekend.

This blog covers some of the best streaming options for watching the MotoGP in France.

WATCH MOTOgp FREE LIVE STREAMS

  • Servus TV: Servus TV offers legal free live streaming of MotoGP races in Austria
  • RTBF: RTBF offers legal free live streaming of MotoGP races for viewers in Belgium.

Note: If you can’t access any of these free MotoGP streams in your country, you can still use ExpressVPN to connect to a server in the country where the channel is broadcasting MotoGP coverage.

Watch MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix Live Stream

  1. Subscribe to ExpressVPN or PIAVPN.
  2. Download the VPN app.
  3. Connect to an Austrian server.
  4. Log in to your Servus TV account.
  5. Enjoy Streaming MotoGP Valencia Grand Prix!

Where to Live stream MotoGP for free in France

In some cases, MotoGP races may be broadcast on free-to-air TV channels in France, such as TF1 or France Télévisions. However, the coverage may not be as extensive as Canal+ or Eurosport, and this option has some limitations.

Watch MotoGP on Canal+ in France

Canal+ is the official broadcaster of MotoGP in France. You can subscribe to the channel and get access to all the live MotoGP races and exclusive content, highlights, and replays. Canal+ is available through cable TV providers and satellite TV providers, and the cost varies depending on the package you choose.

You can expect to pay around 20-30 euros monthly to access Canal+ channels, including MotoGP. However, you may also need to pay additional fees for installing equipment, such as a satellite dish or decoder.

Watch MotoGP on Eurosport in France

Eurosport is another cable TV option for watching MotoGP in France. Eurosport broadcasts MotoGP races live and provides exclusive content, highlights, and replays. Eurosport is available through cable TV providers and satellite TV providers, and the cost varies depending on the package you choose.

You can expect to pay around 15-20 euros per month for access to Eurosport channels, including MotoGP.

Eurosport Player is Eurosport’s online streaming service, and it provides access to all the Eurosport channels, including MotoGP, live and on-demand. Eurosport Player is available on desktop, mobile, and tablet devices, and you can subscribe monthly or annually.

A monthly subscription costs around 7 euros per month, while an annual subscription costs around 70 euros per year. Eurosport Player is an excellent option for fans watching MotoGP online and on mobile devices.

Watch MotoGP on VideoPass in France

VideoPass is MotoGP’s online streaming service, and it provides access to all the MotoGP races live, as well as exclusive content, highlights, and replays. VideoPass is available on desktop, mobile, and tablet devices, and you can subscribe monthly or annually.

A monthly subscription costs around 15 euros, while an annual subscription costs around 130 euros yearly. VideoPass is an excellent option for fans who want to watch MotoGP on the go or prefer to watch on their computer or mobile device.

MotoGP 2024 Complete Schedule

Date Event Circuit
Feb 1 Sepang Shakedown MotoGP™ Official Test PETRONAS Sepang International Circuit
Feb 6-8 Sepang MotoGP™ Official Test PETRONAS Sepang International Circuit
Feb 19-20 Qatar MotoGP™ Official Test Lusail International Circuit
Mar 8-10 Qatar Airways Grand Prix of Qatar Lusail International Circuit
Mar 22-24 Grande Prémio de Portugal Autódromo Internacional do Algarve
Apr 5-7 Gran Premio de la República Argentina Termas de Río Hondo
Apr 12-14 Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas Circuit of The Americas
Apr 26-28 Gran Premio de España Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto
Apr 29 Jerez MotoGP™ Official Test Circuito de Jerez – Ángel Nieto
May 10-12 Grand Prix de France Le Mans
May 24-26 Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
May 31-Jun 2 Gran Premio d’Italia Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello
Jun 3 Mugello MotoGP™ Official Test Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello
Jun 14-16 Grand Prix of Kazakhstan Sokol International Racetrack
Jun 28-30 Motul TT Assen TT Circuit Assen
Jul 5-7 Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland Sachsenring
Aug 2-4 Monster Energy British Grand Prix Silverstone Circuit
Aug 16-18 Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich Red Bull Ring – Spielberg
Aug 30-Sep 1 Gran Premio de Aragón MotorLand Aragón
Sep 6-8 Gran Premio Red Bull di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
Sep 9 Misano MotoGP™ Official Test Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli
Sep 20-22 Grand Prix of India Buddh International Circuit
Sep 27-29 Pertamina Grand Prix of Indonesia Pertamina Mandalika International Circuit
Oct 4-6 Motul Grand Prix of Japan Mobility Resort Motegi
Oct 18-20 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix Phillip Island
Oct 25-27 OR Thailand Grand Prix Chang International Circuit
Nov 1-3 PETRONAS Grand Prix of Malaysia PETRONAS Sepang International Circuit
Nov 15-17 Gran Premio Motul de la Comunitat Valenciana Circuit Ricardo Tormo

MotoGP 2023 Final Championship Standings

Rank Rider Points
1 F. Bagnaia 467
2 J. Martín 428
3 M. Bezzecchi 329
4 B. Binder 293
5 J. Zarco 225
6 A. Espargaró 206
7 M. Viñales 204
8 L. Marini 201
9 Á. Márquez 177
10 F. Quartararo 172
11 J. Miller 163
12 F. Di Giannantonio 151
13 F. Morbidelli 102
14 M. Márquez 96
15 E. Bastianini 84
16 M. Oliveira 76
17 A. Fernández 71
18 T. Nakagami 56
19 Á. Rins 54
20 R. Fernández 51
21 D. Pedrosa 32
22 J. Mir 26
23 P. Espargaró 15
24 L. Savadori 12
25 J. Folger 9
26 S. Bradl 8
27 M. Pirro 5
28 D. Petrucci 5
29 C. Crutchlow 3
30 I. Lecuona 0
31 Á. Bautista 0

MotoGP 2023 Final Constructor’s Championship Standing

Rank Constructor Points
1 Ducati 700
2 KTM 373
3 Aprilia 326
4 Yamaha 196
5 Repsol Honda 185

Circuit Ricardo Tormo

  • Total length: 4.01 Km (2.49 Miles)
  • Total Width: 12 meters (39.37 feet)
  • Longest Straight: 876 meters (2874.02 feet)
  • Right Corners: 5
  • Left Corners: 9

Constructed in 1999, the Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana has been a prominent venue, hosting rounds of both the MotoGP and Spanish Motorcycle Championships in its inaugural year. The Cheste track, featuring various layouts, unfolds anti-clockwise with differing lengths. Specifically tailored for MotoGP events, the 4km track encompasses five right-handed corners, eight left-handers, and an 876m straight.

Circuit Ricardo Tormo
Circuit Ricardo Tormo

Despite its relatively compact size, the pit complex boasts 48 garages and the stadium-style grandstands can comfortably accommodate up to 150,000 spectators. One of the circuit’s distinctive features is its layout, allowing spectators from any stand to view all parts of the track, contributing to a unique atmosphere appreciated by both Spanish and international riders.

Renowned for its year-end celebration, the Grand Prix at Circuito de la Comunitat Valenciana exudes a festive ambiance, earning it the title of the best GP of 2005 by IRTA.

Frequently Asked Questions

What channel is MotoGP on in France?

Canal+ is the official broadcaster of MotoGP in France.

Where can I watch MotoGP in France?

The MotoGP World Championship’s commercial and television rights holders have announced that coverage will be split between cable-satellite channel Eurosport France and digital-terrestrial channel NT1.

Can I watch MotoGP on Amazon Firestick?

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